Disney's new streaming service, named Disney +, will be launched by the end of 2019. The entertainment company also debuted at Loki, Cassian Andor and other characters in its vast portfolio to attract fans away from the streaming stream and the upcoming competitor Netflix.
Disney CEO Bob Iger shed the beans during a call for earnings with investors. A new streaming service directly for consumers will be built around Disney's famous name studio, along with Pixar, Marvel, Starchars franchise and National Geographic.
Moreover, through a recent acquisition of 21st Century Fox in the amount of $ 71.3 billion, Disney will also control 60 percent of Hulu and use Fox's assets to add to its content.
Although it is too early to determine what Disney can charge subscribers, some of the content that will be available on Disney is beginning to be shaped.
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There will be new live action Star Wars a series that Lucasfilms plans to record in production next year, where you will be able to track the adventures of the Cassian Andor Spooked Spy, played by Diego Luna, during the rebellious and pre-event years Rogue One: Old Wars.
It was previously revealed that producer and actor Jon Favreau would write executive productions as well Mandalorijanac, A series of live action set after the Fall of the Empire and before the First Order appeared.
Iger also confirmed that Marvel Studios is developing a series about the popular god of evil Loki, depicted by Tom Hiddleston.
Disney's director told the CNBC that thousands of hours of "library" products would be available, including movies, TV shows, and other content intended for hardcore Disney fans.
"It will be very brand-centric," Iger said. "We have a chance to pull the curtain slightly and show them the things they've never seen before, including the big documentary series at Walt Disney Imagineering." It's a division of a company that sights at Disney theme parks.
Disney + will also contain new stories set in the worlds Monsters Inc.and Disney Channel High School Musical.
Disney has announced in August 2017 that he will be drawing his films from Netflix, anticipating the next year's battle that could take over the superjunks to determine the winner.
– USA today